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Columbia had at least three of these companies in our brigade-the Governor's Guards, Richland Rifles, and one more, I think, but on this point am not positive.
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Captain W.H. Casson, Richland County.
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Captain William Wallace, Richland County.
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In 1853 (or thereabout) he became the proprietor of the "Winnsboro Register," and continued to conduct this journal, as editor and proprietor, until 1857, when he was called to Columbia as editor of the "Carolinian," then owned by Dr. Robert W. Gibbes, of Richland, and was filling that position at the time of the call to arms, in 1861, when he entered the service in Captain Casson's Company, as a Lieutenant, and became a member of the renowned Second Regiment.
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The company being full, the men held a meeting at Richland for the election of officers.
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I am sure you will succeed on Poorland Farm,-just as confident as any one can be in advance of actual achievement; and I expect to see the time when Richland Farm will be a more appropriate name.
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Jesse Debruhl, sheriff, Richland District, "Columbia (S.C.) Telescope," Feb. 24, 1839.
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Some of them are about Richland, in Madison co.
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It is not strange, therefore, that the very best scene in the "Goodnatured Man," that in which Miss Richland finds her lover attended by the bailiff and the bailiff's follower in full court dresses, should have been mercilessly hissed, and should have been omitted after the first night.
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Examples of Richland

Example #1
Charleston had two or more, the Palmetto Guards and others; Greenville, the Butler Guards; Newberry, the Quitman Rifles; while the other counties, Abbeville, Anderson, Edgefield, Williamsburg, Darlington, Sumter, and almost all the counties represented in our brigade had one of these city volunteer companies.
Example #2
In the old militia service almost all the towns and cities had these companies as a kind of city organization, and they would be handsomely uniformed, well equipped, and in many cases were almost equal to regular soldiers.
Example #3
Through her agency and her means and her efforts she not only assisted and relieved me, but hundreds of other poor, helpless Confederate prisoners.
Example #4
Captain William Wallace, Richland County.
Example #5
To-day she is reaping her sublime reward, where there are no suffering hungry, starving prisoners to relieve.
Example #6
Captain John Richardson, Sumter County.